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Pase 2 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2015 Photos: Submitted Left: Sierra Schramm accepts her award from (L) Tom Bodine, Deputy Commissioner, North Dakota Department of Agriculture (R) .Rick Clay- burgh, President and CEO, North Dakota Bankers AssodatJon.Right: Haylee Unstad accepts her award. Below: Sierra Schramm s yenning poster. BISMARCK, N.D. -- On ADfil 1, North Dakota celebrated North Dakota Agriculture Day at the State Capitol. "'As thoughts turn to spring it's a great time to celebrate No~xh Dakota's number one industry," said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. "With our pro- ducers ready and anxious to get out into their fields and pastures, we want them to know that North Dakota appreciates all they do." Goehring said 23 ag-related or- ganizations, associations and agen- cies pmticipated in the event. "Most of these groups had dis- play booths and tables in the Me- morial Hall,'" he said. "We were glad to see legislators, Capitol employ- ees and visitors stopping by these displays to learn more about the vi- tal role of agriculture in our state." An awards ceremony recognized winners of the 2015 North Dakota Agriculture Day student poster and essay contests. The theme of this year's contest was "North Dakota Agriculture: Sustaining Future Gen- erations." Awardees included two students from the area, Sierra Schramm and Haylee Linstad. Schramm, a Park River fourth- Norq-h be& A grader, took second in the poster contest. Linstad, an Edmore eighth- gader, won the essay contest. Linstad's winning essay is as fol- lows: "Agriculture plays a huge role in American Society. Ahnost every- thing that we use, wear, and eat is made from things that farmers grow in tile fields in North Dakota. Even the fuel in our vehicles and our clothes are made from things grown in North Dakota. It's not just the things we use that are influenced by agriculture; but many jobs are also created by it. In North Dakota, twenty-four percent of the people are employed in agriculture related fields. "Agriculture is the number one industry in North Dakota, and about ninety percent of all its land is used for fanning. Each farm is about 1,260 acres on average. The famls in North Dakota produce more ed- ible beans, pinto beans, canola, flaxseed, durum and spring wheat than any other state in the US. We also grow enough wheat to make twenty-one and a half billion serv- ings of spaghetti. That is enough bread and spaghetti to send all over the U.S. "What the farmers grow here af- 'fects people everywhere, even peo- ple in cities and places outside of North Dakota. What famlers grow here can be transported to other states and even countries. North Dakota produces a lot of products because of agriculture and it affects many people all over tile world." Other winners include: Emily Gordel, a Fargo fourth- grader, won the poster contest. Re- ece Theel, a Bismarck fourth-grad- er, took third in the poster contest. Kylee Boltz and Zane Pittsley, both Killdeer eighth-graders, were the second and third-place winners in the essay contest. The winners received certifi- cates from the North Dakota De- partment of Agriculture and mone- tary awards from the North Dako- ta Bankers Association. The contests are held yearly around National Agriculture Day to celebrate the contributions of farm- ers and ranchers and to increase awareness of the importance of agriculture in daily lives. The con- tests are administered by the North Dakota Depalaxnent of Agriculture. Complete hearing aid care Richard Wakefield* Gary Chwialkowski ND, MN I icensed Board Certified H.1.S.* Advanced Digital Technology 60 Day Digital Hearing Aid Trial Complimentary Hearing Test & EvaL 34 years serving the area First Care Health CenterGrafton Family Clinic Tuesday, April 21 Wednesday, April. 15 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. For appt. 701-746--7000 1-800-658-3442 2514 S. Washington Grand Forks, ND 0% FINANCING A~ILABLE Insurance/Yledicaid ~~~ l Mafleene Paul Marleene Paul, 76; of Fargo, ND passed away Tues- day, April 7, 2015, at her home. A memorial serv- ice was held Satur- day, April 11, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at the Trinity United Methodist Church, Cavalier, ND. Visi- tation was held Fri- day, April 10th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Askew Funeral Home, Cavalier, ND. Burial will be held in the Zion Cemetery, Hoople, NDI In lieu of flowers memorials are preferred to the Hospice of the Red River Valley, Roger Maris Cancer Center, or the Sanford Children's Health Research Cen- ter. Marleene was born November 30, 1938, at Grafton, ND to Nor- man and Gladys (Brubakken) Bjorneby. On August 31. 1956, she married Eugene Troftgruben married Allan Paul on December 1, 1994, in Las Ve- gas, NV. She is survived by her husband, Allan; children: Melanie Troft- gmben (Rex Cot- ten), . .Bozeman, MT, Gregory. (Pamela) Troft- gruben, Buxton, ND, Mary (Dan) Htu'tt, Hoople, ND; step-daughter, Sue (Rob) Green, St. Thomas, ND; grandchildren: Ryan Troftgruben, Gina Trofl- gruben; Tabetha Hurtt, Marlee Hunt; step-grandchildren: Nathan (Melissa) Green, Matthew Green; step-great-grandchildren: Sam, Jack, and Ben Green; sister, Nan- cy (Keith) Jordahl, Park Rap!ds, MN. Preceding her in death were her parents; infant son, Jay; husband, Eugene Troftgruben; brother, Roger Bjomeby. at Hoople, ND. Eugene passed Online guestbook at awaY September 23, 1974. She www.askewfuneralhome.com I This week's Front Page Life: The Midway-Minto [ I Mustangs show their speed at the Gerrells Track I I Meet in Devils Lake On Saturday. Vegas Dale (left) I I and Aiden Robberstad run the 200 meter dash. I I For more track coverage turn to Page 8.I I I Have a really thank you? We can help. Call the Press at 284-6333 Help Wanted: Lead Custodian Position The Drayton Public School District is taking applications for the position of lead custodian. Interested parties should stop in the Office at Drayton Public School to complete an application form or contact Judy Stellon, Business Manager for the Drayton School District. Applications will be taken until the position is filled. Application materials available online at www.drayton.k12.nd.us or by contacting the school at (701)454-3324 or by mailing request to Superintendent; Drayton Public Schools; 108 S 5th Street; Drayton, ND 58225 Pembina Hills Lutheran, Mountain Wednesday, April 15:4:30-5:15 Confirmation, Council Meeting at 7 pm Thursday: Borg Worship 2 p.m. Saturday, Eastern North Dakota Synod As- sembly in Fargo, ND Sunday: 10:30 a.m. worship at Vikur Trinity Lutheran, Edinburg Sunday.: 9:15 a.m. Worship, 10:15 a.m. Sunday School St John's Nepomucene Catholic Church, Pisek Saturday 5:00 p.m St Joseph's Catholic Church, Lankin (www.plblriparish.org/) Sunday 8:30 a.m. Sis. Peter & Paul Catholic Church, Bechyne Sunday 10:30 a.m St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Crystal Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m Tuesday: 5:30 p.m Thursday: 7 a.m. St Brigid of Ireland Catholic Church, Cavalier Saturday Mass: 5 p.m Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m Monday & Friday: 7 a.m. Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, Park River Sunday: Sunday School/NO Adult Study/Coffee 9 a.m. Worship 10 a.m. Zion Lutheran Church, Hoople Sunday School stating at 9 AM. Church services at 10AM St Mary's Church Saturday: 9:30 a.m. Good Sam. Center. 5 p.m. St. Mary's, Park River Sunday: 8 a.m. St. Luke's, Veseleyville 10 a.m. St. Mary's, Park River Federated Church Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship (Fordville) 9:30 a.m. Sunday School (Park River). 10:45 a.m. Worship (Park River) V'cto y Free Lutheran Church, River Sunday, April 19: Sunday school at 9:45, Coffee Fellowship at 10:30, Worship Services at 11:00. Wednesday, April 22: Confirmation at 6:00 PM, Wings at 7:00, Youth Group at 7:00, Bible Studt at 7:00 Grace Free Lutheran Church, Edinburg Sunday: 9 a.m. Church Services / 10:15 a.m. Sunday School Every Thursday: 9 a.m. Bible Study Holf Lutheran Church, Rural Mams Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship Bethel Baplist Church, Park Ri r Sunday,: 9:30 a.m. worship, 10:45 a.m. Fellowship Wednesday: Awana Children s Ministry 6.00 p.m. Tuesday: Prayer & Bible study at 7.00 p.m. Park River ~ 284-7244 Adams ~ 944-2231 Grafton ~ 352-3668 Michigan ~ 259-2112 Hoople ~ 894-6123 Crystal ~ 657-2168 "True to a Sacred Trust" llwy. 17 West Park River 284-6086 tollef oqfimeralhome, corn Farmers Union Insurance Co. Jay Thompson~Dwight Byron OFFICE: 284-6955 17E s . ParkRiver BECOME .4 CItURCH SCttEDULE SPO~S'OR $~0.00 A MONTH.t CetLL TIIE PnESS 84- 63 3 3 7"oD, tr! 301 Co. Rd 12B Park River Ph. 284-7115 Fax 284-7117 Ye Olde Medicine Center o * * * * l 0/'; Senior Discounls FREE Mail Old Service UPS Kodak Kiosk FREE Blood Pressure Checks Hwy. 17 West* Park River 284-7676 AGASSIZ ANIMAL HOSPITAL *Complete Medical Services/ Surgical Services Boarding *r Grooming *pet Supplies Daniel J. Koenig, DVM 284-6688 ;H COUNTY The Walsh County Press, Inc. (U.S.ES. Pub. No. 665320) is published weekly on Wednesdays for $34.00 per year in Walsh County, $38.00 for out of county, $42.00 per year for the rest of North Dakota and out of state, fiom The Press building, Park River, North Dakota. Please allow 3 weeks to start new subscriptions or change of address (U.S.P.S. Pub. No. 665-320) I Periodicals postage paid at Park River, N.D and additional mailing office POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Walsh County Press, P.O. Box 49, Park River, ND 58270. Nordmark Publishing Publisher 403 Briggs Ave. So P.O. Box 49, Park River, N.D. 58270 14o Viking Dr Rugby, ND 58368 Phone: (701) 284-&333 FAX: (701) 284-6091 Allison Olimb Editor-in Chief E-mail: wcpress@polarcomm.com Official newspaper of the City Brook Dahlgren Office Manager tam/Biri Freelance Photographer Kellen Dobmeier Staff Writer Policy on Corrections Any em)r should be reported immediately. Plea~ check the accuracy of your advertisement the first day of insertion. The Walsh Counb' Press will offer a free reprint in the event of an internal error. BUSINESS HOURS The Walsh County Press is open ffoin 9:30 &m. to 4:30 p.m- Tnesday through Friday. Submission deadlhle is Thtusday at noon. Phone 701-284-6333 Fax 701-284-6091 Email: wcpress@polarcomm.corn LETtER/AREA VOICES POLICY The H~dsh Coun(v Press will accept letters to the editor and other submissions on issue of public interest. To be published, letter/article must be signed and include your address. Unsigned letters will not be considered. Letters may not be u~d to thank specific people or organizations. - The Walsh C'ounO' Press reserves the right to shorten letters, edit out factual errors and reject those deemed libelous, in poor taste or of a personal nature. - The Walsh County Press will not run letters from the same author two weeks in a row. All opinions expressed are those of the author and do not represent the opinions of The Walsh Coun(v Press. - Letters must be legible. - Preference will be given to letters fi'om the Walsh County area. Letters fi'om outside the area will be considered if they are of sufficient interest. . of Park River, the City of Edinburg, the schools of Park River Area, and the schools of Valley-Edinburg. 71